An experience in a biomedical research will help me to succeed in my long-term educational goals. My long-term goal is to attend a MD-PHD program at a Medical School. As a scientist, I would like to study the genetics of disease causing organisms and human genetics. Currently, I am studying Biochemistry at the University of Maryland, which I think will equip me with a knowledge of human biochemistry. However, since undergraduate schools mainly focus on theoretical not the practical application of most subjects, I need to participate in a hands on research project over the summer because It will give me an opportunity to apply my knowledge in a laboratory. This is when the summer research program at the University of Maryland school of medicine
Being a college student is not all about gaining from each endeavor encountered. There are gains and loses simultaneously. As a student develops in his or her academic career, the student eventually learns that priorities have to be put in place. Being a well-rounded individual can be very difficult as a STEM student. For this reason, my personal academic goal is to be a well-rounded student and individual. A well-rounded student can be defined as a student with a minimum of 3.7 GPA with a role in at least one extracurricular activity. To achieve my goal in becoming a well-rounded individual, I would like to develop, to the best of my ability, excellent study habits, soft-skills and self-discipline in all areas of my life. I strive to attain this personal academic goal.
My educational goals is to attend Jackson State University where I will receive my M.S. in Chemistry with a minor in Forensic Science. I plan to achieve this degree in five years with being a full-time student during the school year and even taking hours during the summer. Being a Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM) major many doors are open for those majors such as jobs, internships, and even residency opportunities. Once I complete my M.S. in Chemistry at Jackson State University I plan to attend the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). At UAMS I will obtain my M.D. and that will get me one step closer. I will then be able to embark on my four to five years journey for forensic pathology residency. This residency
I. Introduction: Growing up less affluent, I have always set goals for myself. Not long term goals because being modest long-term goals were unimaginable. I had to focus on today’s goals which were attainable. Mother always told me that competition is the key to success. Will, held on to that belief until I got older and needed to rely on goals rather competition. Competition can only carry you to a certain point; however, goal setting is for a lifetime.
My educational goals were to get a certificate in Health Information Technology as a certified coder. But I change my mind and decided to get my associates degree because it provides me with more opportunities in the field. I can choose many different careers such as health information analyst, insurance claims analyst, records technician specialist, etc. With this degree I can improve my family financial situation and be an example to my children that if you put your mind to it, you can achieve anything.
For my educational plans, I have a clear understanding and vision of where I want to go and who I have the desire to be. For now, I would like to graduate with my Associates in Arts degree in Nursing from Indian River State College. I believe Indian River State is an excellent place to begin my journey and recieve my education in order to better prepair myself for what is yet to come. After I recieve my Associates degree from Indian River, I plan to transfer to the University of South Florida in order to extend my education and potentially recieve my Bachelors and Masters of Science degree in Nursing.
My academic goal is to graduate Argosy University with a bachelors degree in Forensic Psychology in three years time. Forensic Psychology is the study of the criminal mind, in a nutshell. The main motivation to achieve this goal would be intrinsic. I love asking questions and knowing the answers as to why people do what they do, and in a criminals case, what led them to committing the crime. This goal, however, may have some extrinsic motivation as well. Being knowledgeable about certain behaviors that criminals poses may help solve or even prevent a crime. In addition, having a degree will help open different paths in life, ones that may present me with greater job opportunities. My attitude toward the learning process will help my achievement of each goal because I am eager, determined and motivated. My greatest desire is to succeed in life, and obtaining an education is one thing I know will help me. I perhaps will need to make some adjustments along my journey. I do not know yet if I will find another educational path that intrigues me the most. For now, I do not feel that any adjustments need to be made.
Going to college has been a dream of mine growing up. I am the first ever in my family to go to college but figuring out how to pay for it has been a challenge. I desire to achieve my academic and career goals and this scholarship can help me succeed in my journey.
For as long as I can remember, my parents have told me that I need to work hard and get good grades so that one day, I may receive enough scholarships to attend college. Coming from a low-income household, college wasn’t an expectation but rather a dream; one that could only be achieved through a dedication to my academics. Fortunately, I love to be challenged and most of my decision to attend college derived from a personal desire to learn.
As I am entering my senior year, college has been the biggest thing on my mind. As I have been looking at colleges and trying to find the right one for me I am looking for a few different things; How is God incorporated in the learning and how good the programs I am interested in are. By applying to Bethel my goals are to receive a valuable college education that will help better my chances of getting a job, and also to grow in my faith.
After I graduate high school I plan to attend Blinn college to get my basics and take pre engineering classes. After I finish that I am going to transfer to ATM and major in electrical engineering. My goals are to fully support myself and live comfortably, not having to live paycheck to paycheck. I would like to help my parents pay the rest of their bills as well. I want help to support a family if that may happen in the future. By the time I am 25 I want to have a secure job and own a home.
My current education goals are to graduate with nothing less than a 3.6, commission into the United States Air Force from Detachment 290 at the University of Kentucky, obtain a Ph.D in Political Leadership, and in Theology before I am 35 years old. My career goals are to become an intelligence officer in the Air Force and become a general, create a mentorship program, work in ministry, create scholarship programs, become a lobbyist, own a restaurant and a hotel, as well as becoming a part-time high school basketball coach. Everything I want to do in my life is not only to help families with low- income, but to also help kids that was raised in single parent homes or didn’t have someone to look up to growing up. I my life I was pretty much alone,
I am in the 49er rebound program because of the events that happened during the spring semester of 2016. I transferred to UNC Charlotte from Sandhills Community College and came in as a sophomore. Because of the fact that I came in the middle of the school year, I was unaware of all the on campus resources that are available to me. Long story short, I ended up on academic probation and am in this class in hopes of getting off of it while obtaining new positive academic habits.
I am originally from Shreveport Louisiana, my family moved to Texas in my late teens and lived in Longview until enlisting into the United States Marine Corps as a Flight Mechanic on the KC-130T. I currently work as the Assistant Superintendent at Gavilon Grain in Saginaw Texas where we service the local flour mills. I have been accepted to UNT and will begin classes in the fall for a BAAS in Applied Technology and Performance Improvement. My educational career goal is to attend law school and become an
My long term academic goal is to graduate from college with a four year degree, then continue on to pursue an MD and PhD. I hope to be able to attend Columbia University, where I can enroll in the university’s MD/PhD program after graduation. Of course, there are many other schools that also offer an MD/PhD program for graduate students, but Columbia University is my top choice of colleges. The MD/PhD program will allow me to attain a solid background both in the hospital and in research laboratories. This will be a necessity for my career goals, as I wish to work in a research lab somewhere in the city, possibly at Columbia or in the facilities that coordinate with the work going on there. Asides from Columbia, I am preparing to apply to several